Lauson Stone

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Lauson Harvey Stone (1904 in Manhattan – November 7, 1999 in Brooklyn), son of US Chief Justice Harlan Stone, was an American lawyer and civic leader.

Stone received a bachelor's degree in 1925 from Harvard University and a law degree in 1928 from Columbia University.

In 1942, he was assigned by the U.S. War Department to be a defense lawyer for eight Nazi saboteurs involved in Operation Pastorius.


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